Jagger and Kristi Announce Their New Producer

By Joe Nelson


(September 13, 2019, San Diego, CA) Magic 92.5 (XHRM-FM) Morning Show duo “Jagger & Kristi,” announced Samantha DeJesus, nicknamed “Sam” on-air, as new producer for their highly rated program


DeJesus stepped in the producer role in the interim following the departure of Sheryl Love in July, and will now take on the role full time.

The San Diego native started as an Intern at Local Media San Diego in the radio promotions department while studying at Communications at Miramar College.  She quickly joined the production and programming departments working as a Board Operator, doing spot production, voice-over work, as well as on-air roles on Magic and sister station 91X.

“I cannot fully express the amount gratitude I have to be given such an amazing opportunity,” said DeJesus.  “Along with the rest of the city, I grew up listening to Jagger and Kristi, so I feel like I’ve known them all my life. To be working alongside such an iconic radio duo, who are legends to the San Diego community, I am thrilled to learn and grow with the best in the business.” 

Morning Show host Kristi said, “We are so excited to welcome Sam to the show!  Her personality lights up a room and she is such a people person.  We look forward to sharing lots of laughs and fun with Producer Sam and our listeners!”

“We knew from the beginning Sam was a great fit!” said co-host Jagger.  “She is going to be an awesome compliment to the morning show and we couldn’t be happier that she is on board.”

Magic 92.5 (XHRM-FM) is owned by Local Media San Diego, LLC, a San Diego-based media company.  LMSD also owns and operates Z90.3 (XHTZ-FM), 91X (XTRA-FM), Local Media Digital Labs, a locally-focused digital solutions provider, Local Media San Diego Events for lifestyle event production, and offers in-house video and audio production.

Comments

Unknown said…
On an unrelated note, I heard last week of the death of George Chamberlain but no one had said anything about it.
Unknown said…
Local media of San Diego is neglecting 91X why don't they just sell it or flip the format to an urban audience like there other two outlets.

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